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show off your powder coated machines here!

By Stones

5 years ago

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#7 5 years ago
Quoted from SilverballNut:

It's Candy Apple Blood Red. Looks even better in person.


That looks cool, how much does it cost to get that done more or less?

#11 5 years ago
Quoted from SilverballNut:

The place I found here in Dallas charges about $300. I take every bolt, rails, legs, lock bar, coin door and hinges in for that. The colors I choose take two coats or more usually which is why it's about $300.
It's so much simpler and looks better then trying to clean the old stuff and is cheaper then buying all new (I usually buy new rails to be coated).

Cool, may do that on my Elvira, I dig the look.

2 months later
#482 5 years ago

Ok that it really cool, especially the paint on the legs. Very nicely done, I've saved these images in case I find a local artist that can do this for me one day to my Scared Stiff pin.

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#545 5 years ago

Wow, pink looks really good actually!

9 months later
#913 4 years ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Got my BSD parts back from Ron at Pinball Plating & More last Thursday...and had to get them on. He does excellent work. Finally had some time today, so here was the chronology (well, more or less...10.7% will make you forget to pick up the phone to shoot a pic here and there):

What does he charge for that out of curiosity?

#915 4 years ago
Quoted from modfather:

^^ post #910 ^^

Lol my bad, thanks

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